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Described as “the most advanced flooring system in the world” on its website, the ASB Glassfloor could be the future of sports flooring everywhere. The interactive sports floor, made by Germany’s ASB Systembau GMBH, uses a LED lighting system underneath a glass floor to illuminate only the proper lines, markings and boundaries for whatever sport is being played on that court...



You can also read and see more pictures on how the floor is built here. Pretty cool stuff.
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I can picture old gym coaches trying to figure this shite out during entire classes haha
Reply42 months
germans. someone posted about this weeks ago
Reply42 months
Colleges with serious space restrictions such as downtown campus locations could seriously benefit from this type of setup. Pretty darn cool, good one, Larry.
Reply42 months
Seems to me that entities that need to use a building for multiple sports might not have the funding to purchase and install this flooring system.

It is pretty bad arse though.
Reply42 months
Awesome, more ways for sponsers to shove advertisements down our throats.
Reply42 months
That is pretty cool
Reply42 months
Oh Larry!
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